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Kendall County Coroner Board met October 3.

By Angelica Saylo Pilo | Dec 23, 2017

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Kendall County Coroner Board met Oct. 3.

Here is the minutes provided by the Board:

The Kendall County Board Meeting was held at the Kendall County Office Building, Room 209, in the City of Yorkville on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at 6:45 p.m. The Clerk called the roll. Members present: Chairman Scott Gryder, Lynn Cullick, Bob Davidson, Elizabeth Flowers, Tony Giles, Judy Gilmour, Audra Hendrix, Matt Kellogg, Matthew Prochaska, and John Purcell.

The Clerk reported to the Chairman that a quorum was present to conduct business.

THE MINUTES

Member Flowers moved to approve the submitted minutes from the Adjourned County Board Meeting of 9/5/17. Member Hendrix seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a voice vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

THE AGENDA

Member Prochaska moved to approve the agenda. Member Flowers seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a voice vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

NEW BUSINESS

Board Rules of Order

Member Prochaska moved to approve the Ordinance for the Amendment to Article VI of the Kendall County Rules of Order Pertaining to the appointment duties of the County Board Chairman. Member Gilmour seconded the motion.

The appointments not made by state statute or open ended position created by the Board, the Chairman will appoint individuals every two years.

Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

A complete copy of Ordinance 17-20 is available in the Office of the County Clerk.

Refunding Bonds

Member Kellogg moved to approve the supplemental ordinance providing for the issue of general obligation refunding bonds (alternate revenue source), series 2017, of the County of Kendall, Illinois. Member Prochaska seconded the motion.

Kevin McCanna from Speer Financial informed the board that the interest rate is 2.17% and that the county will be saving $1.595 million. Mr. McCanna explained that the county is basically replacing 4.25% debt with debt at 2.17%.

Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

A complete copy of Ordinance 17-21 is available in the Office of the County Clerk.

STANDING COMMITTEE REPORTS

Administration/HR

CASA Food Truck Event

Member agreement Cullick preparing informed it for the board board that to vote the insurance on at the October is in place 17th and meeting.

Member Cullick stated that the health insurance increase is approximately $1 million over last year. Claims experience is not looking that good along with the normal increase that occurs every year. Members discussed the lack of bids received for the insurance because they cannot match the plans. Assistant State’s Attorney Leslie Johnson informed the board that in all but 2 of the union contracts the board has the ability to require by December 1 of each year the employee’s to submit proof of their annual wellness exam in order to receive a premium discount. Ms. Johnson also stated that the board should ask the insurance carriers if they cannot offer the plans the county has in place; what they can offer and what would be the savings. In all but 2 of the union contracts the county only has to offer the core high deductible health plan. One alternative health plan must also be offered but specifically the HMO or the traditional PPO does not have to be offered. The board now has flexibility with the alternative health plan.

Finance

CLAIMS

Member Cullick moved to approve the claims submitted in the amount of $850,099.67 and September Petit Jurors in the amount of $2,524.61. Member Flowers seconded the motion.

COMBINED CLAIMS: FCLT MGMT $90,497.84, B&Z $496.41, CO CLK & RCDR $420.25, ELECTION $175.00, ED SRV REG $1,397.10, SHRFF $5,631.58, CRRCTNS $14,301.08, EMA $786.88, CRCT CT CLK $347.67, JURY COMM $2,903.17, CRCT CT JDG $8,179.47, CRNR $1,281.53, CMB CRT SRV $14,857.59, PUB DFNDR $1,234.00, ST ATTY $2,606.71, EMPLY HLTH INS $380,205.89, OFF OF ADM SRV $69.92, GNRL INS & BNDG $54.00, CO BRD $70.66, TECH SRV $5,453.05, CONTINGEN $21,746.25, ECON DEV $18.17, LIABIL $6,148.00, CO HWY $5,454.95, CO BRDG $72,276.37, TRNSPRT SALES TX $128,881.79, HLTH & HMN SRV $22,889.30, FRST PRSRV $203.06, ELLIS HS $59.92, ELLIS BRN $516.77, ELLIS GRNDS $220.00, ELLIS BDAY PRTIES $170.00, ELLIS WDDNGS $1,000.00, HOOVER $1,198.06, ENV ED NTRL BGNNNGS $23.97, GRNDS & NTRL RSRCS $3,068.53, ANML CNTRL EXPND $252.45, ANML MED CR FND $170.00, ANML CNTRL EXPS $3,620.28, CO RCDR DOC STRG $187.85, HIDTA $16,398.58, SHRFF RNG FND $625.00, CMSRY FND $871.10, LAW LBRY $2,448.00, JUV JSTC CNCL $1,000.00, CRNR $444.50, PRBTN SRV EXP FND $14,285.19, KC DRG CT FND $1,616.70, GIS $54.73, ENG/CNSLTNG ESCRW $3,662.70, EMPLY BNFT PRGM $1,621.26, ANML POP CNTRL $1,799.00, VAC $3,328.10, CRNR SPCL FND $545.40, FP BND PRCDS ’07 $4,848.50

Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye except Purcell who voted present. Motion carried.

Coroner Claims

Member Cullick moved to approve the Coroner claims in an amount not to exceed $2,271.43. Member Gilmour seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye except Purcell who voted present. Motion carried.

Member Purcell gave an update on the budget.

Health and Environment

Member Gilmour stated that they met on September 18 and the minutes are in the packet.

Committee of the Whole

Chairman Gryder stated that the Administration Committee of the Whole minutes from September 20, 2017 are in the packet.

STANDING COMMITTEE MINUTES APPROVAL

Member Flowers moved to approve all of the Standing Committee Minutes and Reports. Member Gilmour seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a voice vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

SPECIAL COMMITTEE REPORTS

Kencom

Member Gilmour stated that are working on the budget for 2018.

Housing Authority

Member Prochaska stated that they met on November 17, 2017. They are announcing that they are going to be opening the Housing Authority housing choice voucher wait list in spring of 2018; it was last opened in 2007.

Historic Preservation

Member Flowers reviewed the minutes in the packet from the September 18, 2017 meeting.

Board of Health

Member Giles said that they had a positive budget meeting.

Juvenile Justice Council

Member Gilmour stated that they are planning the SKY 5K run for April 21, 2018.

Board and Commissions Review Ad Hoc

Member Giles stated that they will be meeting again to wrap things up.

CHAIRMAN’S REPORT

Chairman Gryder pointed out that the MFT Funds (Motor Fuel Tax) for the Highway Department is down 8%.

CITIZENS TO BE HEARD

Jim Williams spoke about building and zoning issues in Boulder Hill for vehicles and grass.

ADJOURNMENT

Member Kellogg moved to adjourn the County Board Meeting until the next scheduled meeting. Member Flowers seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a voice vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

https://www.co.kendall.il.us/wp-content/uploads/October_3_2017-CB-Minutes.pdf

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